Open Letters To
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Open Letters To

OPEN LETTERS

To the Clappers of Facebook Medium Groups

I’m slowly losing faith here

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Dear Trigger-Happy Clappers,

Yes, you.

I bet you just hate it when fellow group members say they’ve read your hard-earned work, only to open up your stats page and be slapped in the face by disappointment?

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